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Pituitary tumor, aneurysm, autoimmune disease, headache, swollen neck and limbs. Your thoughts?

I have been diagnosised with pituitary tumor and an anuerysm. They will not touch them as I have an autoimmune disease ...not named yet..they just keep calling it an autoimmune...have really bad headaches have for many years but now I am getting pressure in my head when I bend over or lay down flat...and my neck feels like it is swollen and I have swollen feet and hands....your thoughts
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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Sir according to you , a surgical remedy is not amenable now. So I suggest you go on with medical treatment. Your headache is probably due to aneurysm . When you lay down or bend, blood flow increases to brain and causes congestion and headache. So try having back rest with 2 pillow s. Swelling in your limbs may be due to autoimmune disease.if you have been prescribed drugs for that please continue if not consult your physician treating autoimmune disease. If headache is unbearable you can take paracetamol 1mg tablet.if you have symptoms like vomiting, double vision ,blurred vision report immediately to your neurologist
Answered: Tue, 17 Sep 2013
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